Deacs rake in the ACC player of the week awards

Sep 8, 2012; Winston Salem, NC, USA Wake Forest Demon Deacons wide receiver Michael Campanaro (3) runs after making a catch during the fourth quarter while being pursued by North Carolina Tar Heels safety Tre Boston (10) at BB&T field. Wake defeated the Heels 28-27. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE


The week just keeps getting better for Wake Forest, as Tanner Price, Michael Camanaro and Hasan Hazime all received ACC POTW honors after their performances on Saturday against North Carolina.

Price went 27-38 with a career high 327 yards to capture the ACC offensive back of the week award.

Camp caught a career high 13 passes for 164 yards, two catches shy of the school record and the most ever by a Deacon against the Tar Heels. He received the ACC receiver of the week award.

Hazime stepped up big time in the absence of Nikita Whitlock and Zack Thompson, finishing with 5 tackles, a sack, FF, FR and two pass deflections. The only thing he didn't do was intercept a pass or block a kick. What a lackluster effort!!!! Hazime won defensive lineman of the week.

These three join A.J. Marshall from Week 1 in winning an ACC POTW award. I have no doubt that if there were a punter or coach of the week then Alex Kinal and Jim Grobe would have won those two awards respectively too.

All other awards can be found here at the ACC website

GO DEACS!!!

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